This article focuses on the Hamilton v Al Fayed case, concerning whether hearing of a libel action by an MP would constitute a collateral attack on Parliament's investigation into that MP's conduct. Also considered is whether this would involve questioning Parliamentary proceedings. Ent. L.R. 1999, 10(7), N99-101
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